Monthly Archives: May 2011

Push. Pull. Print. – Patricia Powell

This week, Push. Pull. Print. has a guest blogger, Lauren. I [Lauren] had the privilege of interviewing Pat Powell during the show set up on Saturday. This was my first journalistic attempt so I tried to think of very specific … Continue reading

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Push. Pull. Print – Patricia A. Griffin

I really had no idea what to expect from Patti. She was mentioned as someone who might be interested in doing the show by another participating artist. At the time I had gone through the original waiting list and was … Continue reading

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Push. Pull. Print. – Jonathan Hertzel

Judging the smiles on the last 3 artists we either have us some real excited, rearin’ to go, ready to show happy prints or a mass of paint fumes affectin’ us all…Next up to show off his pearly chompers we … Continue reading

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Push. Pull. Print. – Scott Lindsten

Continuing the theme of smiling artists I introduce to you Scott Lindsten. In doing so I have to throw caution to anyone even looking at this clown that there is a slight chance your computer might shoot water in your … Continue reading

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Push. Pull. Print. – Carol Murray

We started printing for the June 3rd show about 3 months ago. I have printed everyone except for one person. Showtime is about 3 weeks away and I’m still not entirely sure what Carol Murray is going to do. She’s … Continue reading

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Push. Pull. Print. – Ro-z Esposito

I mentioned in my last post that I’m not one for emotional huggy, feely how the heck are you doin’s. BUT when it comes to Ro-z who can resist a nice big, warm hug? “Ciao Bella!” Hello Beautiful! Come give … Continue reading

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